21 Jul Exciting Changes at 2ndVote!
At 2ndVote we are dedicated to educating conservative consumers like you to ensure you have the tools you need to shop your values and fight corporate support of radical leftism. In order to accomplish this, we want to make our data available to as many people as possible, therefore we decided to make a transition from a membership program to a less costly subscription program.
Since February of 2020, we have used the following membership platform that allows members access to our data.
- Supporters – $10/month or $100/year
- Advocates – $25/month or $250/year
- Founders – $50/month or $500/year
- Investors Council – $1,000/year
- Access to all of the research on every company in our database with links
Members, from Supporters to Founders, have been able to see the scores for each of our 6 issues on every company in our database, in addition to ALL of our Featured Content.
We are preparing to change from a membership to a subscription-based platform that will provide the same benefits to subscribers that our members have enjoyed for a fraction of the cost. For just $50/year subscribers will be able to:
- Access the scores of over 1500 companies on each of our 6 individual issues
- Access to our Featured Content which includes:
- Shopping Guides
- United Way Guide
- Good/Bad Actors List
- List of Supporters of Bad Actors
- Planned Parenthood
- Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)
- BLM Organization
- Receive the 2ndVote Weekly Digest and It’s Your Dime monthly newsletter
For our current members we will stop all future auto-withdrawals and will offer the following extended subscriptions:
- Supporters – 1-year subscription for annual members only
- Advocates – 5-year subscription for monthly and annual members with a giving total of $250 for 2021
- Founders – 1-year Investor’s Council subscription
Our Investor’s Council subscription cost and benefits will remain the same. We hope our reasonably priced subscription plan will encourage more people to become part of the 2ndVote movement and make a greater impact in deterring corporate activism.